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November 10, 2016

The subject of dog behavior and training is littered with facts and fallacies, all mingled together to create maximum confusion for dog parents. One of the most common fallacies I witness each day is the phrase "get the energy out." Anyone who has spent time at a dog p...

October 27, 2016

Decision-making is a critical intersection in the dog/human relationship. When dog parents make executive decisions, the result is a dog's enhanced eye contact. The dog literally begins to LOOK TO US to make decisions. At this moment, the oxytocin cycle engages and att...

August 25, 2016

It has happened again. This time the story is being reported out of England. A canine genius named Pero recently traveled for 12 days from his home in Cockermouth to find his family in Penrhyncoch, Ceredigion. In total he covered a distance of 240 miles averaging aroun...

April 8, 2016

I spend a lot of time looking for answers to bridge the disconnect between man and dog. It was, after-all, what inspired the writing of Three Dimensional Dog, A Unified Theory of Canine Behavior. The purpose of this book was not to tell us how to train our dogs, but ra...

March 21, 2016

Luna, a Golden Retriever, showed severe signs of food aggression at the very early age of 9 weeks. She would hover over any resource that she came upon and snapped at anyone who came near. The children were especially vulnerable and Luna would easily take advantage of...

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